Public money. A new weekly financial news magazine is coming to public broadcasting. "That Money Show" is a 30-minute program to be taped each Friday evening after the
close of U.S. financial markets, and aired Sundays on PBS. It's set to debut Sept. 17. Bob Rumerman, managing director of LVM Group, the agency handling PR for the show, says the
program is about money, but not about the stock market, per se. Each show will feature a lead topic, often keyed to current events, along with guests to discuss the subject.
(Rumerman, 212/751-2800) Broadband world expands. Communications Technology International, a monthly magazine for the global broadband engineering
community, will launch in October, at the inaugural tradeshow and conference Broadband 2000, in Paris. The magazine, launched by Phillips Business Information (the parent company
of PRN), replaces International Cable in PBI's group of cable publications. The new mag focuses on key areas of broadband deployment and maintenance, including
system reliability, efficiency, capacity, transmission and construction. The conference is being organized by PBI. Kimberly McDonald is managing editor. (301/340-7788
It's a jungle. Watch for a new magazine in September from Jungle Interactive, a NY-based education and media company. MBA Jungle will target students at
the top 100 U.S. business schools and associates in top Wall Street firms with a controlled-circulation of 100,000 and an eight-time-per-year publication schedule. The book,
billed as a "lifestyle magazine for the next generation of business leaders," includes sections on tools, trends, POV insights and indulgences.